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2D Geometric Constraint Solver for high-productivity sketching

2D DCM

D-Cubed 2D Dimensional Constraint Manager (2D DCM) is a geometric constraint solver that enables intuitive sketching techniques that can be seen in many advanced 2D and 3D design applications. Users create and modify 2D sketches more efficiently by applying dimensions and geometric constraints that accurately specify and preserve the location of geometries in a 2D sketch. Some applications infer constraints and apply them automatically “on the fly” as the user sketches their design, for example, by adding an appropriate distance dimension, or applying a tangent constraint between adjacent line and arc.

Sketching productivity is also enhanced because users can modify designs more easily by changing particular dimension values or dragging geometry. Geometric constraint solving maintains the design intent by ensuring that all the other dimensions and constraints are satisfied.

Available as a software component, software vendors can easily develop custom sketching solutions with reduced risk and time-to-market.

D-Cubed 2D DCM

D-Cubed 2D Dimensional Constraint Manager (2D DCM) is a geometric constraint solver that enables intuitive sketching techniques that can be seen in many advanced 2D and 3D design applications. Users create and modify 2D sketches more efficiently by applying dimensions and geometric constraints that accurately specify and preserve the location of geometries in a 2D sketch. Some applications infer constraints and apply them automatically “on the fly” as the user sketches their design, for example, by adding an appropriate distance dimension, or applying a tangent constraint between adjacent line and arc.

Sketching productivity is also enhanced because users can modify designs more easily by changing particular dimension values or dragging geometry. Geometric constraint solving maintains the design intent by ensuring that all the other dimensions and constraints are satisfied.

Available as a software component, software vendors can easily develop custom sketching solutions with reduced risk and time-to-market.

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